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DECEMBER 2021 Research Alert
This month we added three new studies to the Best Practice Database, the research repository for Best Practices, LLC. This month's new studies explore two topical areas: the management of investigator-initiated trials in the oncology therapeutic area and the expanding use of AI in medical affairs. The first study examines current and future applications of AI in medical activities. The next two studies regarding IIT management for oncology products explore key aspects of managing these important clinical programs, including structure, activities, resource allocation, and communication.
The new Best Practices, LLC studies listed below under Newly Added Research explore how leading companies have made their operations more effective across these different areas.
|Download: Current and Future Applications of Artificial Intelligence (AI) in Medical Affairs (5707)|
This document explores key AI strategy and operational components for Medical Affairs. Topics include working with consultancies and/or software vendors, measuring success, navigating regulations, structuring, staffing, and innovative opportunities for Medical Affairs using artificial intelligence.
|Download: Best Practices in the Management of Investigator Initiated Trials in Oncology: Structure, Activities and Responsibilities (5708)|
Best Practices, LLC conducted this benchmarking research to provide a detailed roadmap for improving IIT management within oncology companies. It captures critical metrics and insights on IIT team structure, activities, responsibilities, leadership, SOPs, proposal evaluation and review process.
|Download: Best Practices in the Management of Investigator Initiated Trials in Oncology: Resource Allocation, Communication and Future Prospects (5709)|
This research study explores IIT management within oncology companies, specifically critical metrics and insights on IIT team staffing, budget, future improvements and challenges.